Fresh Lentil, Mango & Quinoa Salad This fresh salad is a great BBQ side with grilled tofu, chicken or fish, or perfect on it’s own as we welcome in the warmer months. Broad Bean Falafel Falafels are a easy to batch at the start of the week, then eat them throughout the week wrapped in … Continue reading
It’s no secret that making the swap to whole grain may be one of the easiest and most beneficial dietary changes we can make. Packed with over 25 different essential nutrients, including dietary fibre, vitamins, minerals, plant protein and antioxidants, regular consumption of whole grains has been linked to reductions in the risk of cardiovascular … Continue reading
Ok, here us out. You don’t have to buy pre-packaged trio of dips. These three are going to be better than any you buy in the deli aisle. They’re unreasonably easy to make. Even easier to eat. And super convenient to pack on a brunch picnic in the sun. They even go perfectly with Vita-Weats … Continue reading
Who brings wafer crackers to a picnic? I know when we’re eating a cheese board, we want our crackers to pack as much of a nutrition punch as we can (let’s be honest, we have to balance out that triple brie!). These crackers are not only so easy to make, they’re absolutely choc full of … Continue reading
These high-fibre bliss balls are the perfect snack for when you are on the go. With just a few simple ingredients you can roll these little delights out in no time! Perfect for a quick snack on your commute, they’re a perfect snack on the go. Servings: 22 Cooking time: 10-15 minutes Ingredients ¼ cup Natural Fibre Seeds … Continue reading
Just when you thought you were across the gut health terminology, there’s another ‘biotic’ to add to the vocab. You’ve probably heard of prebiotics and probiotics, but what about postbiotics? Although research is currently limited, postbiotics are thought to play a role in supporting our immune system among other beneficial effects. Postbiotics have gained significant … Continue reading
Plant-based is one of the biggest trends in food and nutrition circles right now and with growing emerging evidence linking a diet high in plants with good health, this trend isn’t going anywhere. We dive into the latest research on this subject in our Hot Topic – read more here.
By Jaimee Hughes, Accredited Practising Dietitian ‘Plant protein’ and ‘plant-based’ are two of the biggest buzzwords in food and nutrition circles and for good reason! With Australia’s meat consumption almost three times the global average(1), obtaining a greater proportion of our protein from plant sources like whole grains and beans, peas and lentils, is one … Continue reading
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With 2019 well underway, we’ve taken a look at some of the biggest trends affecting grains and legumes this year… 1. Digestive Wellness Digestive wellness is once again the number one trend for the coming year and with good reason. Emerging research, media attention and consumer demand is driving this trend, with prebiotics and fibre … Continue reading